March 13, 2019 By IBM Cloud Team < 1 min read

Neutrona Networks announces today that its enterprise customers will gain access to IBM Cloud’s global network.

Neutrona Networks (www.neutrona.com), a leading provider of managed network services in Latin America, announces today that its enterprise customers will gain access to IBM Cloud’s global network, following a new collaboration to add IBM Cloud Direct Link to its existing suite of Managed Cloud Connect Services. Neutrona now offers up to 10 Gbps connections to IBM Cloud for its enterprise and wholesale customers in the Americas. Neutrona’s Managed Cloud Connect Service provides one of the most robust connectivity solutions in the Americas. Since its introduction in 2017, the carrier has steadily amplified its offering, making it easier for enterprise customers to use high-speed network connections to link their existing IT infrastructures with cloud computing environments. This latest collaboration means Neutrona customers who already rely upon IBM services can quickly expand their data networks anywhere within the Americas while retaining access to the IBM Cloud.

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